Have you ever seen a house so perfectly appointed, that if one thing were to be out of place it would ruin the entire effect? You are going to get that feeling from this place. It’s a great address, great views, with a lot of space and bragability.
It has outstanding view, outstanding decor. Not sure if it is worth it but saying you own a three-story penthouse in The Plaza Hotel designed by Candy & Candy must be worth something. The best way you can think to describe the interior is exquisite. The details are beautiful and the overall interior is clearly several steps above a C&C knockoff.
Formerly purchased for $25.9 million last year, this penthouse at the famed Plaza hotel is now selling for $59 million by the real estate mogul Brown Harris Stevens. After some massive upgrades, Christian and his brother Nick Candy creating high-design luxury residences.
The Plaza triplex penthouse boasts 6,319 square feet of interior of living space and 229 square feet of exterior living space spread over the 19, 20 and 21 floors. On the 19 floor there is an elevator that services all 3 floors, 3 bedroom suites and a laundry room. The 20 floor features a grand living room, 14-seat dining room and a gourmet kitchen that boasts 21 foot ceilings and a skylight. The 21 floor has the sumptuous master suite with private terrace.
If the penthouse sells at its asking price, it would set a record. So far the highest purchase to date in the Plaza is $6,316 per square foot, or $48 million, paid for two adjacent condos by Igor Krutoy, a Russian composer and music producer, in 2011.